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D'Amico's Mexican restaurant Masa opened to the kind of reviews that kept using words like upscale and high design; words that made most people... More »
The textural differences of various dishes at Los Ocampo are riveting: The tlacoyo ($3.50)--in which the masa is combined with pinto beans and... More »
This humble cafeteria-style counter on one side of an indoor market has quickly become the least well-kept secret in the Twin Towns, because one taste of... More »
Tortas mean a lot of things to a lot of people. But at Manny's they mean crisp French bread, hot and sweet chipotle mayo, and fillings, ranging from the massive... More »
The Cities' longest-lived Mexican restaurant is also one of its most beloved, not so much because the standard American-Mexican menu is that radically... More »
There are a lot of reasons to stop into Dominguez Family Restaurant, from the bottomless chips and salsa served toasty warm to the always-quick... More »
If you're a hot enough country, you're cool enough to have your cuisine represented at red-hot Chino Latino-Mexico, Thailand, Jamaica, Polynesia, Korea, take a... More »
Chef Hector Ruiz and his wife Erin Ungerman have made this casual eatery a favorite of south Minneapolis residents. In the winter, the covered booths are so cozy and... More »
A cheapskate's hall of famer, the Baja Sol is that rare place where you can consume fresh, vibrant, lively food and walk out the door having spent less... More »
A leader among East Lake Street taquerias, La Hacienda is a high-ceilinged, light-filled, tangerine-tinted treasure by I-35. Walk in the door and you'll... More »
The origin story of why we call tapas tapas (which comes from the Spanish verb tapar, meaning "to cover") is one of the most hotly debated in food history. One widely accepted narrative is that tapas began (in the days...
When Rusty Taco, a Dallas-based fast-casual franchise, opened its first out-of-Texas branch in St. Paul, it raised a few eyebrows. But the concept worked, and about a month ago Minneapolis got its very own location on East Hennepin Avenue. In an attempt to objectively weigh Rusty's tacos against the heavy-hitting competition in the area, I assembled a council of experienced taco enthusiasts...
When dining at most Mexican restaurants, at least those in the Midwest, you expect a few things to come with the territory: cheerful colors that adorn your plate and table, plastic salt and pepper shakers that look like bottles of Corona, and someone reminding you that "guacamole costs extra." But of all these familiar things, the most important and the most universally constant are...
The best ceviche on earth. The most incredible menu I've ever read in a Mexican restaurant. It just keeps getting better and better and better! Fresh avocado, warmed salsa, fresh fish, fresh veggies, homemade everything. Better than any ceviche I've eaten anywhere in Southern CA or Arizona.Read Full Review
This place has great authentic Mexican food & drinks. I loved the outdoor seating. Prices are reasonable. Service was exceptional thanks to the wonderful Brianna. You would be so lucky to be waited on by her. She was super friendly, tentative, and knowledgeable of the menu. Not only does she have an opinion of what is delicious, but her recommendations were right on...Read Full Review
For authentic Mexican food & atmosphere, I suggest checking this place out.Read Full Review
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